Todd Bradley
Producer, Engineer, Artist Manager


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Nashville-based producer, songwriter, engineer and artist manager Todd Bradley has worked with mega-hit artists over his 25+ year career in the music industry. He has performed and worked with some of the industry's most successful modern talents, including Goo Goo Dolls, Tonic, Better Than Ezera, Collective Soul, Sugar Ray, Nickelback, as well as with legendary acts like Journey, Al Green and the iconic Sly Stone.

Taking new talent and developing it into something fresh, exciting and successful is something he's been doing his whole life. He continues to work with a select group of clients, specializing in development, management, recording and producing from his Nashville base. He has developed and produced live shows for Disney, Hard Rock International, Warner Brothers, Universal and many more.

His real life industry experience gives Todd deep insight into the challenges faced by artists in the current climate, and he is committed to bringing the very best of what "the biz" has to offer.

His work is rooted in honesty and integrity, and he seeks to help artists to find their niche and their stride in the most effective and honest way possible.



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Honest and heartfelt are the words that come to mind when thinking of singer-songwriter Victoria Bigelow. Drawing inspiration from artists like Norah Jones and Hope Sandoval, a childhood notion turned into passion; songwriting became Victoria’s asylum. At the age of 14, only two years of playing guitar and writing music, she decided to make the move to Nashville where she found herself writing in rooms with some of Nashville’s best, and, at 16, landing her first TV sync on the CW’s ‘Hart of Dixie’ .  After a brief stint in college Victoria spent some time recalibrating and focusing on her mental health before moving back to Nashville where she formed her first band ‘Victoria and the Hive’. A year after forming her band life happened and Victoria found out she was expecting her first child, Elliott. Soon after his birth, needing time to adjust to this new way of thinking, she, her fiancé and their son traded the city for the country and are now living on a beautiful farm in upstate New York, where Victoria is able to focus solely on motherhood and songwriting. She and her family travel to Nashville every other month, where she just recorded her forthcoming EP “Going Blue” with the help of Grammy Award Winning Producer/EngineerDavid Leonard, Producer Ross Rice and Longtime Collaborator and Producer Todd Bradley. It is the first project she has released since she was 15 and now, at 23, she’s eager to share the artist that she has become and is still becoming.